2 Winter Term/Spring Semester 2015 All undergraduate students can self-schedule on the web using the mywcu web portal. You MUST see your adviser in order to gain access to schedule on the web portal. See page 6 for information on winter term. Computers for scheduling are available in the following locations: All computer labs in Anderson Hall Sykes Student Union Residence halls (for resident students) Sturzebecker Health Sciences Center, HSC University Ave., Student Service Center Before Self-Scheduling 1. Students should contact their adviser before scheduling. The adviser will open access electronically to selfscheduling according to the student s department advising process. 2. All outstanding University bills must be paid in full and all holds must be cleared before students are eligible to schedule (tuition, housing, meals, bookstore, library, infirmary, parking tickets, etc.). Students can use mywcu to check for existing holds. 3. All transfer credits must be entered onto the student s record in order to be considered earned credits for scheduling purposes. Students should contact the Office of the Registrar if they have any questions about their transfer credits. 4. Students must complete and return change of major forms to the Office of the Registrar at least two weeks before their day to schedule. How to Schedule for the Spring Semester Step-by-Step Registration Instructions 1. MyWCU web portal (WCU students only). Students may use any computer with Internet access on campus or off. MyWCU is accessed from the WCU home page (www.wcupa.edu). First students need to find their scheduling appointment time on mywcu at the WCU portal, edu/. Students can log in using their username and password. Under the Student Information header, the Enrollment Appointment will display. 2. Once logged in to mywcu, students will click on Enroll in a Class under the Self-Scheduling header and then the tab for the action they want to perform (i.e., Add Class, Drop/Update Class, etc.). There is a three-step process to add or drop a class. Students can access the following web link for more in-depth instructions about mywcu and the scheduling process: edu/infoservices/acc/mywcufaq/. 3. Online Application for non-wcu students. Students should go to www. wcupa.edu/registrar and click on the tab for Nondegree Online Application to submit an application for courses quickly and easily. They will receive an confirmation and instructions on scheduling classes. Office Hours, Location, and Phone Numbers Office of the Registrar, 25 University Ave Office of the Bursar, 25 University Ave Hours: Until May 8, 2015 MTRF 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. W 9 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Hours: May 11 August 21 MTRF 8 a.m. 4 p.m. W 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Course Selection Information 1. All courses are open to nonmajors unless otherwise noted. 2. The University reserves the right to cancel any course or section, change a professor, change the meeting time, or change the room assignment. Students can check the online course schedule for the most up-to-date information. 3. Courses that are identified for majors only (M) are available only to students in the designated majors (or minors). Nonmajors will need special permission from the department chairperson to schedule into the majors only (M) courses. Bring this permission form to the Office of the Registrar. 4. Students should consider the travel time between North and South Campus when scheduling. 5. MyWCU will ask if students need to be full time. If they do need to be full time for financial aid or other purposes, they must answer yes. If, at the end of self-scheduling, they were not able to register for at least 12 credits, mywcu will automatically add the course SAC (Select - A - Course) to their schedule. This SAC course is not an actual course but one used to add temporary credits to a course load. 6. In the event billing credits are changed as a result of schedule changes, students will be responsible for those charges. Students will only receive one bill, and they should review any charges on mywcu. 7. Students who have financial aid and later decide to enroll on a less-thanfull-time basis must notify the Office of Financial Aid so any necessary adjustments can be made. 8. Special course requests (independent study, individualized instruction, credit by exam, private music lesson, etc.) may require special forms and/or permission. Forms may be obtained from the Office of the Registrar or website, edu/registrar/. Students should complete the required forms or permissions and bring these to the Office of the Registrar where the courses will be added to their schedule. See the Policies section for additional information. How to View University from Outside the University All degree students are assigned an account. Academic departments, advisers, instructors, and administrative offices will be sending students messages at this account address. They can view their using any Spring West Chester University
3 web browser or Internet provider. Here are the steps: 1. From the WCU portal, students will select the Webmail tab. 2. Students enter their account name (their initials plus their student edu). 3. Students enter their password. 4. They hit Enter or Return, or click the Login button. This will give them access to the account inbox. Please visit wcupa.edu/registrar for information on our Communications Policy. The Nondegree Program What is it? Nondegree is an academic term for not formally accepted into a degree program. It is a great way to start a college career or to gain personal and professional growth. Nondegree students will take the same courses as everyone else and earn the same college credit. They may attempt a total of 18 credits (usually about six courses) as nondegree students. After that, students will need to apply for admission. College graduates who have no intention of pursuing another degree can take as many courses as they want. Nondegree students can take a maximum of nine credits each semester. Students can be nondegree student if they have graduated from high school or received their GED three or more years ago; have fewer than 30 credits from another college or university with at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA); have earned a college degree and want to take courses for professional or personal development; or are high school students with a letter of recommendation from their guidance counselor or principal. How do nondegree students schedule for the fall semester? TELEPHONE: Monday Friday, 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Call SELF-SCHEDULE: Returning nondegree students may self-schedule using mywcu. IN-PERSON: The Office of Pre Major Advising is located within the Lawrence Center 222 (2nd Floor of the dining hall). Office of Graduate Studies, McKelvie Hall, 102 W. Rosedale Ave. Office hours are Monday Friday, 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Nondegree students schedule during open scheduling, November 24 through January 18, Credit for Life-Learning Experience West Chester University has various methods of recognizing and assessing learning that has been achieved outside the framework of a formal institution of higher education. Accelerate the time it takes to earn a degree Students who are self-motivated, have prior knowledge, and/or are willing to study independently can take a year off the time it takes to earn their degree and save up to $4,000 in tuition. West Chester University has three options available for students to earn college credit. Credit by exam $92 fee. Students who feel they already know the material taught in a course may demonstrate this knowledge by applying for a credit by exam. More information about Credit by Exam is available from the Office of the Registrar at College Level Examination Program (CLEP) $92 fee. Students can demonstrate knowledge gained independently or learn new material through this structured program. They can complete most of their general education requirements through CLEP. More information about CLEP may be found at the uinversity s College of Education Professional Testing Center website asp. Portfolio Assessment the cost is onehalf the tuition of the course. Students may choose to develop a portfolio rather than take an exam to demonstrate competency. The portfolio is developed for a specific course, demonstrating and documenting their learning experience relative to the course. More information is available from the Graduate Studies office at Student Service Center The Student Service Center is located on the ground floor of 25 University Ave. The hours for the fall and spring semesters are 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Wednesday hours are 9 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Spring Scheduling Dates Day and Evening Degree Students Scheduling by Credits Earned, October 12 January 19 Degree-seeking students may self-schedule from February 23 August 24. They can find the time and date to start scheduling on mywcu by clicking on the Enrollment Appointment link under Self-Scheduling. They may schedule any time after their initial start time during this period. Open Scheduling, November 24 January 19 Scheduling continues through August 24 for students who have not yet scheduled or for those who want to make changes to their schedule. Transfer and Readmitted Students October 12 January 19 Students should make an appointment with their adviser who will give computer access before they can schedule. They can then schedule on mywcu. Late Registration Period January 20 January 27 Students who have not registered prior to this period or had a schedule that was canceled may register during the late registration period. Payment is due in full upon registration at the Office of the Bursar, Room 050, 25 University Ave. A $50 late payment fee will be assessed after the payment deadline. Accessing Grades Electronically Grade reports will not be automatically mailed. Students can see and print a copy of their grades on mywcu. Students who need an official copy of their semester s grades to be sent to an employer for tuition reimbursement should fill out a request form that can be obtained at the Office of the Registrar or from the Forms page on the Registrar s website, www. wcupa.edu/registrar/. Cheyney Cross Registration West Chester University and Cheyney University will provide the opportunity for students to enroll concurrently at both institutions during the spring semester Information concerning the policies and procedures is available in the Office of the Registrar, Room 020, 25 University Ave. West Chester University 3 Spring 2015
4 Abbreviations Building Prefixes AND... Anderson Hall ATH South New St. BRN...Brandywine Hall CAR Carter Drive (Speech and Hearing) EHG... Ehinger Gymnasium EOA... Ehinger Office Annex EOB... E.O. Bull Center for the Arts FLX S. High St. GBC... Graduate Business Center, 1160 McDermott Dr. GOS... Goshen Hall HOL... Hollinger Field House HSC...Sturzebecker Health Sciences Center (S. Campus) LAW... Lawrence Center LB1... FHG Library LIB... FHG Library LIT E. Rosedale Ave. MER... Merion Science Center MIC... Mellon Independence Center (PASSHE Center City Philadelphia) MNH... Main Hall NRN... No Room Needed OCL... Off-Campus Location OLD... Old Library PAC... Performing Arts Center PEO... Peoples Building PHL... Philips Memorial Building REC... Recitation Hall REY... Reynolds Hall RUB... Ruby Jones Hall SMB... Swope Music Building SSL... Schmucker Science Center (Link) SSN... Schmucker Science Center (North) SSS... Schmucker Science Center (South) SWK W. Rosedale Ave. SYK... Sykes Student Union TBA... To Be Announced TYS... Tyson Hall UNA University Ave. WAY... Wayner Hall Key Class Attributes: A... ACT101, Academic Development Program C... Combined Course CL#... Four-digit number associated with each course and section E... Continuing Education (restricted) F... Language Culture Cluster H... Honors Students I... Meets Interdisciplinary Requirements J... Meets Diverse Community Requirement K... Distance Education L... Individualized Learning Systems M... Majors Only N... Internship O... Workshop P... Permission of Instructor Q... Field R... Practicum T... Student Teaching V... Individualized Instruction W... Writing Emphasis Z... Credit by Exam $... Additional Fee Required Day Codes: M... Monday T... Tuesday W... Wednesday R... Thursday F... Friday S... Saturday N... Sunday Class Meeting Codes: M R... Class meets Monday through Thursday M F...Class meets Monday through Friday MW...Class meets Monday and Wednesday T R...Class meets Tuesday through Thursday TR...Class meets Tuesday and Thursday FSN...Class meets Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Spring West Chester University
5 General Information Keep for Future Reference If you schedule before late registration, you will receive a bill mailed to your home address. Students receive only one bill. All bills/statements will be sent electronically to student s official WCU address. Please visit the Bursar s website for payment options and information. If any changes are made to your schedule after the bill is sent, you must contact the Office of the Bursar for any updated charges. Or, you can review your charges in mywcu. The deadline for returning materials with payment is printed on the bill. The University reserves the right to cancel schedules of students who do not pay or have not made arrangements for payment by their billing due date UNDERGRADUATE TUITION AND FEES TUITION Full-time undergraduates (between credits)... $3, IN-STATE Additional charge for credit hrs. over 18 (per credit)... $ Part-time students (less than 12 credit hrs.) (per credit)... $ TUITION Full-time students (between credit hrs.)... $8, OUT-OF-STATE Additional charge for credit hrs. over 18 (per credit)... $ GENERAL FEE TECHNOLOGY FEE DISTANCE EDUCATION ACCESS FEE Part-time students (less than 12 credit hrs.) (per credit)... $ Covers fees for the following services: Sykes Student Union, Health Center, Student Services, Inc., Sykes Union expansion, parking improvement, and educational services Full-time students (12 credits or more)... $ Part-time students (less than 12 credits) (per credit)... $77.48 Mandatory instructional fee used to enhance classroom technology Full-time in-state students (12 credits or more)... $ Full-time out-of-state students (12 credits or more)... $ Part-time in-state students (less than 12 credits) (per credit)... $15.00 Part-time out-of-state students (less than 12 credits) (per credit)... $23.00 Students enrolled in any Distance Education course will be charged an Access Fee worth up to 20% of the tuition for that course in lieu of general fees for that course. HOUSING FEE REFUNDS TUITION AND GENERAL FEE REFUNDS The housing fee for students living in traditional North Campus residence halls is $3,696 per semester and covers double room ($2,424) and board (14-meal plan, $1,272). Students residing on North Campus must choose the unlimited-, 14-, 12-, or 9-meal plan. The basic fee for a South Campus double occupancy is $2,816, and students have their choice of meal plans. These fees are subject to change without notice. All requests for refunds for dropped or canceled courses, or for withdrawals, must be made in writing or in person to the Office of the Registrar. Refunds are not automatic; it is the student s responsibility to initiate a refund request. Appeals concerning the refund policy for tuition and the general fee are made to the Office of the Registrar. Appeals concerning the housing or meal fee are made to the Office of Residence Life. Further appeals, if necessary, may be made to the Appeals Committee. The refund policy does not affect the timeline for W grades as described under Withdrawing from a Course. Individual fees will be refunded according to the policies described on the following page. Full refunds for tuition and the general fee are available only through the sixth calendar day that the University is in session. After that, tuition and the general fee are refunded according to the schedule below and only for full-term withdrawals. These percentages apply to the total tuition bill, not to partial tuition payments. Questions about this, as well as when students will receive their refund, should be directed to the Office of the Bursar. Withdraw Receive tuition and general fees refund Through 6th calendar day of semester % 2nd week of semester... 80% 3rd week of semester... 60% 4th week of semester... 50% 5th week of semester... 40% 6th week of semester and after... No refund No refund will be given if the student: 1) drops a course but retains full-time status, 2) reduces his/her credit load after the end of the drop period but retains part-time status, or 3) owes the University money. West Chester University 5 Spring 2015
6 TECHNOLOGY TUITION FEE HOUSING FEE (University-owned housing) MEAL FEE This fee is only refundable in full if the student drops all courses by the end of the drop period, which is through the sixth calendar day of the semester. This fee will not be refunded partially or in full for any courses dropped after the sixth calendar day. This fee is refunded in full prior to the first day of the semester; after the first day, prorated refunds are made on an individual basis through the Office of Residence Life and Housing Services. For affiliated student housing, please contact the private management company (University Student Housing) operating the property. This fee is refunded in full prior to the first day of the semester; after the first day of the semester, prorated refunds are made on an individual basis through the Office of Residence Life for resident students, and through the Office of the Bursar for commuter students. FINANCIAL AID Students seeking financial aid are encouraged to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by October 1, 2014 to meet the payment deadline. Any questions concerning financial aid credits on students bills should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid. Note to all students: The University reserves the right to cancel schedules of students who do not pay or have not made written arrangements for payment by their due date. The University may also change class location and professor without prior notification. Winter Term Calendar and Registration Information Please note Scheduling for winter term for WCU students begins when they are eligible to schedule for the spring 2015 semester. All other students may begin to schedule on November 24, Scheduling will continue up to the dates listed below. On-campus housing is not available for winter term. Winter term Monday, December 15, 2014 Wednesday, January 14, 2015* Classes begin at 8 a.m... Monday, December 15, 2014 Last day to Drop... Monday, December 15, 2014 Last day to Add... Monday, December 15, 2014 Last class day...wednesday, January 14, 2015 Final exams...wednesday, January 14, 2015 *Note: Classes run from December 15th through December 23 and resume January 5th through January 14. Spring West Chester University
7 Important Dates Spring 2015 SENIORS planning to graduate in May or August 2015 should apply immediately through mywcu, by December 31, SCHEDULING FOR THE SPRING 2015 SEMESTER Schedule by credits earned... Sunday, 10/21/14 Sunday, 11/23/14 Registration continues (open to all)... Monday, 11/24/2014 Monday, 1/27/2015 SPRING 2015 SEMESTER Martin Luther King Day (University closed)...monday, 1/19 Beginning of classes...8 a.m., Tuesday, 1/20 Beginning of Drop/Add and Late Registration Period... Tuesday, 1/21 Office of the Registrar: Special hours ontuesday January 20, Thursday, January 22, and Monday, January 26 are 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. On Wednesday, January 21, hours are 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. and on Friday, January 23, 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Last day to drop... Tuesday, 1/27 Last day to add... Tuesday, 1/27 End of Late Registration Period...Tuesday 1/27 Deadline for arranging independent study, individualized instruction, and credit by exam... Tuesday, 1/27 Beginning of Withdrawal (W) Period... Wednesday, 1/28 Last day for refund...friday, 2/20 Fall 2015 and summer 2015 registration (undergraduate degree students).. Sunday, 2/22 Sunday, 5/10 and Sunday, 5/31 Sunday, 8/23 Spring Break begins...5 p.m., Friday, 3/6 Spring Break ends...8 a.m., Monday, 3/16 Last day to arrange for Pass/Fail...Friday, 3/27 Last day to withdraw (W) from an individual course; only complete withdrawals after this date...friday, 3/27 Last day to submit audit agreement...friday, 3/27 Last day to make up work for NG from fall 14...Friday, 3/27 Spring semester classes end...monday, 5/4 Final Examination Period... Tuesday, May 5 Friday, May 8 Graduation Rehearsal...Friday, 5/8 Undergraduate Commencement... Saturday, 5/9 Graduate Commencement...Monday, 5/11 Please note: Effective September 1999, speech and hearing screening tests are no longer general requirements for students in teacher certification programs. Students who would like to take advantage of free, optional testing of their speech and hearing may schedule this service at any time during the semester with the West Chester University Speech and Hearing Clinic ( ). The clinic is operated by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, 201 Carter Drive. Dates and refund periods subject to change without notice. West Chester University 7 Spring 2015
8 Final Examination Schedule Spring 2015 Tuesday May 5, 2015 Wednesday May 6, 2015 Thursday May 7, 2015 Friday May 8, to 10 a.m. MWF 9-9:50 TR 8-9:15 MWF 8-8:50 TR 9:30-10:45 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 1 to 3 p.m. 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. MWF 10-10:50 TR 12:30-1:45 MWF 11-11:50 TR 11-12:15 MWF 1-1:50 ACC 201 ACC 202 ACC 302 MAT 102 MAT 351 MWF 2-2:50 MAT000 MAT001 MAT101 MAT103 MAT104 MAT121 MWF 12-12:50 TR 2-3:15 MWF 3-3:50 MW 3-4:15 SPA101 SPA102 SPA201 SPA202 6 to 8 p.m. 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. M 4:15-7P MW 4:15-5:30 M 7:15P-10P MW 8:45P-10P T 4:15-7P TR 4:15-5:30 T 7:15P-10P TR 7:15P-8:30P W 4:15-7P MW 5:45-7P W 7:15P-10P MW 7:15P-8:30P R 4:15-7P TR 5:45-7P All Saturday Classes R 7:15P-10P TR 8:45P-10P Final Exam Policies Individual faculty members may not change published final examination times. No final examination may be given outside of the scheduled final examination time. Any course not having a final examination will meet as directed by the instructor during the scheduled examination time for a continuation of the regular class work. Any student who has three or more final exams scheduled for the same day may, no later than one week prior to the final exam time, work with the individual instructors to arrange alternative exam times. See details at Nondiscrimination/Affirmative Action Policy West Chester University is committed to providing leadership in extending equal opportunities to all individuals. Accordingly, the University will continue to make every effort to provide these rights to all persons regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or other protected-class status. This policy applies to all members of the University community including students, faculty, staff, and administrators. It also applies to all applicants for admission or employment and all participants in University-sponsored activities. This policy is in compliance with federal and state laws, including Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendment of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Executive Order of the Governor of Pennsylvania. Any individual having suggestions, problems, complaints, or grievances with regard to equal opportunity or affirmative action, or to request a translation of this publication into a language other than English, is encouraged to contact the director, Office of Social Equity, 13/15 University Ave., Spring West Chester University
9 ABC Applied Music ACC Accounting ADM Administration, Leadership for Women AEB Applied Music AEO Applied Music AES Applied Music AIC Applied Music AIM Applied Music AJZ Applied Music ALC Applied Music AMS American Studies ANT Anthropology and Sociology APC Applied Music ARH Art ART Art ASC Applied Music AWC Applied Music BAR Applied Music BAS Applied Music BIL Biology BIO Biology BLA Marketing BSN Applied Music CHE Chemistry CHI Languages and Culture 1 CHO Applied Music CLS Comparative Literature Studies, English CLT Applied Music COM Communication Studies CRJ Criminal Justice CRL Chemistry CRW English CSC Computer Science CST Computer Science CSW Computer Science DAN Theatre and Dance ECE Early and Middle Grades Education 2 ECO Economics EDA Special Education EDC Counselor Education 3 EDE Early and Middle Grades Education EDF Early and Middle Grades Education EDM Professional and Secondary Education EDO Professional and Secondary Education EDP Counselor Education, Professional and Secondary Education EDR Literacy EDS Professional and Secondary Education EDT Professional and Secondary Education Guide to Course Prefixes EFR Languages and Cultures EGE Languages and Cultures EGP Early and Middle Grades Education EIT Languages and Cultures ENG English ENV Health ERU Languages and Cultures ESP Languages and Cultures ESS Geology and Astronomy EXL Kinesiology EXS Kinesiology FIN Economics and Finance FLM English/Comparative Literature FLU Applied Music FRE Languages and Cultures FRH Applied Music GEO Geography and Planning GER Languages and Cultures GRE Languages and Cultures GTR Applied Music HAR Applied Music HBW Languages and Cultures HEA Health HIS History HON Honors Program HRP Applied Music INB Management INS Applied Music ITA Languages and Cultures JBR Applied Music JRN English JST Applied Music JWW Applied Music KIL Kinesiology KIN Kinesiology LAN Languages and Cultures LAT Languages and Cultures LIN Languages/Linguistics Program LIT English LST Liberal Studies MAK Applied Music MAT Mathematics MDA Music Education MGT Management MHL Music History MIP Applied Music MIS Management MKT Marketing MSI Educational Services/ROTC MTC Music Theory and Composition MTL Mathematics MUE Music Education MWP Applied Music NSG Nursing NSL Nursing NTD Nutrition and Dietetics NTL Nutrition and Dietetics OBO Applied Music ORG Applied Music PEA Physical Education/Kinesiology PER Applied Music PHI Philosophy PHR Physics PHS Physics PHY Physics and Pre-Engineering PIA Applied Music POR Languages and Cultures PPD Pharmaceutical Product Development PSC Political Science PWP English PSY Psychology RUS Languages and Cultures SAX Applied Music SCB Biology SCC Chemistry SCE Geology and Astronomy SCI Geology and Astronomy, Physics SLE English/Second Language SMD Sports Medicine SML Sports Medicine SOC Anthropology and Sociology SPA Languages and Cultures SPK Communication Studies SPP Communicative Disorders SSC Social Studies, Ethnic Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies STA Mathematics SWG Social Work (Graduate) SWO Social Work (Undergraduate) TBA Applied Music THA Theatre and Dance TPT Applied Music TRB Applied Music VCL Applied Music VLA Applied Music VLN Applied Music VOC Applied Music VOI Applied Music WOS Women s and Gender Studies WRH English WRT English 1 Formerly Foreign Languages 2 Formerly Early Childhood and Special Education, and Elementary Education 3 Formerly Counseling and Educational Psychology West Chester University 9 Spring 2015
10 Department Telephone Numbers (All numbers are in the 610 area code) College of Arts and Sciences Anthropology/Sociology Biology Chemistry l Communication Studies Computer Science English Geology and Astronomy History Languages and Cultures Mathematics Philosophy Physics Psychology College of Business and Public Affairs Accounting Criminal Justice Economics and Finance Geography and Planning Management Marketing Political Science Social Work Undergraduate Social Work Graduate College of Education Counselor Education Early and Middle Grades Education Literacy Professional and Secondary Education Special Education College of Health Sciences Communication Sciences and Disorders Health l Kinesiology Nursing Nutrition Sports Medicine College of Visual and Performing Arts Art School of Music: Applied Music Music Education Music Theory, History, and Composition Theatre and Dance Spring West Chester University
11 Undergraduate Course Offerings Winter 2015 Monday, December 15, 2014 Wednesday, January 14, 2015* ATTR ABV NUM SEC CL# COURSE TITLE CRED TIME ROOM PROF COMMENTS ACCOUNTING K ACC Financial Acct 3 TBA ONLINE ZSTAF Meets 12/15-23; 1/4-14; 100% online ACC Managerial Acct 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM AND204 ZSTAF Meets 12/15-23; 1/4-14 ACC Intermed Acctg II 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM AND203 ZSTAF Meets 12/15-23; 1/4-14 K BLA Legal Envr Bsns 3 TBA ONLINE ZSTAF Meets 12/15-23; 1/4-14; 100% online ANTHROPOLOGY See Sociology for sociology courses. ANT Topical Sem Anthro 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM OLD006 Di Giov Meets 12/15-12/22 and 1/5-1/14 ART + DESIGN ARH Art Seminar 3 M-F 08:00AM-04:30PM EOB040 dacosta BIOLOGY Internship in Biological Science (BIO409) and Special Problems in Biology (BIO491) are available by arrangement with the Biology Department. BIO Basic Biol Science 3 M-F 09:00AM-10:25AM SSN191 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 M-F 10:30AM-12:30PM SSN174 Waber J CHEMISTRY CHE Gen Chem Hlth Sci 4 M-F 09:00AM-01:00PM SSN192 Butler CHE Intro Organic Chem 3 M-F 12:00PM-03:30PM SSS109 ZSTAF CHE Intro Biochemistry 3 M-F 09:00AM-01:00PM SSS107 ZSTAF CRL Gen Chem Lab Hlth 1 M-F 01:00PM-03:00PM SSS101 Butler CRL Organic Che I Lab 2 M-F 12:00PM-04:00PM SSS317 Ross Ti COMMUNICATION STUDIES Many upper-level communication studies courses have prerequisites; check the university catalog for details. COM Phila Media Experience 3 MWF 09:00AM-01:00PM MNH303 Lordan Meets 12/15, 17, 22, 1/7 & 1/9 with field trips 8am-5pm on12/19 & 1/5 K COM Mass Communication 3 TBA TBA ONLINE Boyle M Contact instructor for the course syllabus for the winter term K COM Comm Theory 3 TBA TBA ONLINE LeVasse Contact instructor for the course syllabus for the winter term K COM Communic Research 3 TBA TBA Braz Ma Contact instructor for the course syllabus for the winter term COM Communication and Gender 3 TR 08:00AM-04:30PM MNH213 Jenks E Meets 12/16,18; 1/6, 8, 13 SPK Public Speaking 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH212 Munz El SPK Public Speaking 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM MNH415 Bell Gi COMPUTER SCIENCE CSC Topics Comput Sci 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM UNA125 Yang Ch ios programming with objective C DIVERSITY J HEA Transcultural Hlth 3 M-R 04:15PM-08:30PM Sankara Meets M-R 12/15-18; 1/5-8; MT 04:15PM-08:30PM M and T, 1/12-13 CFJ NTD Nutrition Culture 3 MT 09:00AM-01:00PM Pazzagl Meets 12/15-16, 9 am-1 pm, 1/5- W 09:30AM-12:30PM 9, 9 am-3 pm, 1/12 9:30 am-1:30 pm, and 1/14 9:30 am-12:30 pm JK PSC Pol of Diversity 3 TBA TBA ZSTAF 100% Online IJW WOS Intro: Women s/gender Stds 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH202 Donkor *Note: Classes run from December 15th through December 23 and resume January 5th through January 14 West Chester University 11 Winter
12 EARLY AND MIDDLE GRADES EDUCATION EGP Classroom Management 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM REC305 ZSTAF 12/1-19, 22 and 1/5-9, 1/12-14 ECONOMICS AND FINANCE ECO Prin of Econ Macro 3 M-R 12:00PM-04:00PM AND201 Saboe M K ECO Prin of Econ Micro 3 M-F 02:00PM-05:00PM AND207 Malcolm FIN Financial Markets 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM AND201 Doorn D FIN Investments 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM AND203 Abdesak FIN Int l Finance 3 M-F 09:30AM-12:30PM AND207 Li Huim ENGLISH W ENG Hist and Texts 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH214 Nessly W ENG Research Seminar 3-9 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH302 Renzi L JRN Feature Writing 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM MNH202 Bauerle WRT Critical Writing 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM MNH212 Cream R GEOGRAPHY AND PLANNING K GEO Human Geography 3 TBA Ives-De Distance ed; 100% online K GEO Global Cities 3 TBA TBA Crossne Distance ed; 100% online GEO Intro Geo Info Sys 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM RUB006 Coutu G K GEO Sustainable Living 3 TBA TBA Fritsch Distance ed; 100% online GEOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY ESS Our Atmosphere 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:30PM MER216 Hillike SCE Sci Methods: Mid Level M-R 04:30PM-08:30PM MER222 Smith A HEALTH HEA Drugs & Society 3 M 10:00AM-12:00PM Brenner Meets 12/15 10 AM-12; 1/8 & 9, 8 MTW 08:00AM-05:00PM am-5 pm, and1/ am-5 pm J HEA Transcultural Hlth 3 MTWR 04:15PM-08:30PM Sankara Meets 12/15-18, 1/5-8, 1/12-13 K HEA Human Development 3 TBA William Meets 12/15-22; 1/5-14; 100% online course O HEA Health Workshop 3 MW 10:00AM-05:00PM McCown Meets 12/15 and 1/14 Houston TX Workshop: Art, Medicine, and Contemplation. 1/8-11; combined section with HEA O HEA Health Workshop 3 M-R 12:00PM-04:15PM DeJoy S Meets 12/15-18; 1/5-8; 1/12-13 Workshop: Reproductive Life Planning. INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS I EDF Democracy and Ed 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM REC211 Elmore FIW ESP Lat-Amer Cult Civ 3 TBA Sanchez Meets 12/18-20 on campus; 1/2-20 in Costa Rica IW SMD Psy/Soc Persp Sports Inj 3 M-F 08:00AM-12:00PM Heineri IJW WOS Intro: Women s/gender Stds 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH202 Donkor JOURNALISM JRN Feature Writing 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM MNH202 Bauerle KINESIOLOGY EXL Exercise Physiology Lab 1 M-F 03:00PM-04:00PM HSC122 Whidden EXS Group Exercise Leadership 2 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM HSC116A Hague A EXS Life Fitness Cncpt 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM HSC102A ZSTAF EXS Exercise Phys 3 M-F 01:00PM-03:00PM HSC102A Whidden EXS Ex Tech-Phys Cond 4 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM HSC116B Kubachk K EXS Prescrip Spec Pop 3 M-F TBA ONLINE Reed Me 100% online EXS Internship I 3 TBA TBA Fry Fra EXS Internship I 3 TBA TBA Melton EXS Internship I 3 TBA TBA Stearne EXS Internship I 3 TBA TBA Atkinso EXS Internship II 6 TBA TBA Fry Fra EXS Internship II 6 TBA TBA Melton EXS Internship II 6 TBA TBA Stearne EXS Internship II 6 TBA TBA Atkinso KIN Lifeguarding 2 M-F 08:00AM-04:00PM HSCPOOL Stearne KIN Independent Study 1 TBA TBA Ellis M Sign Language for Educators PEA T ai Chi Ch uan 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:30PM HSC119B Goldfar LANGUAGES AND CULTURES F ERU Lit of Russia 3 TBA Speh Al Winter West Chester University
13 FIW ESP Lat-Amer Cult Civ 3 TBA Sanchez Meets 12/18-20 on campus; 1/2-20 in Costa Rica FK ESP Cont LA Narrativ 3 TBA Cardemi Online course; Asynchronous LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES FIW ESP Lat-Amer Cult Civ 3 TBA Sanchez Meets 12/18-20 on campus; 1/2-20 in Costa Rica FK ESP Cont LA Narrativ 3 TBA Cardemi Online course; asynchronous LITERACY Course scheduling cards for nondegree students must be signed by Dr. Mayor, EDR Litercy Dev/Stud Inclus Cls 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM REC212 Mayor S Prereqs: EDR 304 & 307 or EDR 306 & 308 for EGP/MGP; SPP 204 for Comm. Disorders students EDR Litrcy Dev &Sec Stud w/dis 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM REC211 ZSTAF Prereqs: EDR 304 & 307 or EDR 306 & 308 for EGP/MGP; SPP 204 for Comm. Disorders students MANAGEMENT INB Intro Int l Busin 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM AND202 Callana MGT Prin of Management 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:30PM AND202 Snow Ro K MGT Prod Operation Mgt 3 TBA TBA Zhu Xia 100% online K MGT Prod Operation Mgt 3 TBA TBA Yang Ma 100% online W MGT Business Policy 3 M-F 09:30AM-01:00PM AND205 Shea Ma MARKETING MKT Advertising & Buyer Behvr 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:15PM AND103 ZSTAF Meets 12/15-19; 1/5-9, 12-15; up Learn to develop & critique creative media to 15% (2 days) via dist. ed; prereqs MKT 325, or MKT 200, or Princip of MKT; Min 2.50 GPA; Nonbusiness majors contact MKT Chair Dr. Jack Gault MATHEMATICS K MAT Intro Mathematics 3 M-F ZSTAF Online class; meets on campus for testing MAT Statistics 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:15PM UNA120 ZSTAF Online class; meets on campus for testing K MAT Statistics 3 M-R TBA McClint MAT Mthds for Teaching Children 3 M-F 04:30PM-07:30PM UNA120 ZSTAF MUSIC: EDUCATION MUE Q Prof Remed 0 TBA McFarla NURSING NSG Selected Topics in Nursing 3 M-FS TBA Moricon South Africa study abroad NSG Suggestive Therapeutics 3 M-F 08:00AM-05:00PM HSC116C Mackey Course will meet the week of January 5 through 9 from 8 am to 5 pm NUTRITION CFJ NTD Nutrition Culture 3 MT 09:00AM-01:00PM Pazzagl Meets 12/15, 16, 9 am-1 pm; 1/5-9, W 09:30AM-12:30PM 9-3 pm; 1/12, 9:30 am-1:30 pm, 1/14, 9:30 am-12:30 pm CF NTD Intro Nutrit Princ 3 M 08:00AM-01:00PM Walz Sa The first meeting of the course will MTW 08:00AM-05:00PM be online 12/15, 8 am-1 pm, meets on campus 1/8-9, 1/12-14, 8 am- 5pm CF NTD Perspect on Obesity 3 M-F 08:00AM-05:00PM Davidso Meets 12/15-19; 8 am - 5 pm; 1/7, W 09:00AM-11:00AM 9 am-12 pm; 1/14 9 am-11 am; combined with NTD CF NTL Food Sel Lab 2 M-F 08:00AM-05:00PM HSC326 Subach Meet 12/ am-5 pm; 1/5, 9 W 10:00AM-12:00PM am-12 pm, 1/14 10 am-12 pm PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES PAX Israel, Palestine,Power,Peace 3 M-F 10:00AM-02:00PM AND104 Subar R PHILOSOPHY PAX Israel, Palestine,Power,Peace 3 M-F 10:00AM-02:00PM AND104 Subar R West Chester University 13 Winter
14 PHI Creating Meaning 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM AND109 Harris PHI Philosophy and Film 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM AND101 Ruchti PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXL Exercise Physiology Lab 1 M-F 03:00PM-04:00PM HSC122 Whidden EXS Group Exercise Leadership 2 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM HSC116A Hague A K EXS Intro to Med Termnlgy/Drug 2 TBA 12:00PM02:00PM Melton Meets 12/18-20; 1/2-1; 100% online PEA T ai Chi Ch uan 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:30PM HSC119B Goldfar POLITICAL SCIENCE PSC U.S. Governmnt and Politics 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM RUB204 ZSTAF JK PSC Pol of Diversity 3 TBA TBA ZSTAF 100% distance ed KW PSC Intro to Political Thought 3 TBA TBA ZSTAF 100% online PROFESSIONAL AND SECONDARY EDUCATION I EDF Democracy and Ed 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM REC211 Elmore EDP Assessmnt Learng: Early Grds 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:30PM REC104 Bolton PSYCHOLOGY K PSY Indust/Organiz Psy 3 TBA TBA Bunk Je Distance ed PSY Drugs, Behvr and the Brain 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM FLX001 Azorlos W PSY Psychol of Women 3 M-R 05:30PM-09:00PM FLX001 Hyers L Combined with PSY W PSY Adult Development 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM FLX001 McCullo Writing emphasis PSY Princip Counseling 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM AND101 Tucci C PSY Senior Seminar 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM AND115 Rundus Class meets all of winter term beginning 12/15/14 Q PSY Field Exp Psych I 3 TBA TBA Rieser- Permission of department chairperson required SOCIOLOGY SOC Sex in Society 3 M-F 01:00PM-04:00PM OLD006 Lynch M Course meets 12/15-12/22; 1/5-1/14 SPANISH CULTURE CLUSTER FIW ESP Lat-Amer Cult Civ 3 TBA Sanchez Meets 12/18-20 on campus; 1/2-20 in Costa Rica Course taught in Costa Rica Jan. 2-20th 2014 FK ESP Cont LA Narrativ 3 TBA Cardemi Online course; asynchronous: SPECIAL EDUCATION EDA Foundations of Special Educ 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:45PM REC102 Schofie For Education Majors only. This course will meet December 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 2014 and January 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, EDA Spec Ed: Processes/Procdrs 2 M-F 09:00AM-12:20PM REC213 William Meets 12/15-19, 22; 1/12-14; for ed majors; Prereqs EDA 103 and FATE SPORTS MEDICINE IW SMD Psy/Soc Persp Sports Inj 3 M-F 08:00AM-12:00PM Heineri CF SMD st Aid/Athlet Tng 2 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM HSC332 Baer Da WOMEN S AND GENDER STUDIES W PSY Psychol of Women 3 M-R 05:30PM-09:00PM FLX001 Hyers L Combined with PSY IJW WOS Intro: Women s/gender Stds 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH 202 Donkor WRITING EMPHASIS W ENG Hist and Texts 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH214 Nessly W ENG Research Seminar 3-9 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH302 Renzi L FIW ESP Lat-Amer Cult Civ 3 TBA Sanchez Meets 12/18-20 on campus; 1/2-20 in Costa Rica W MGT Business Policy 3 M-F 09:30AM-01:00PM AND205 Shea Ma KW PSC Intro to Political Thought 3 TBA TBA ZSTAF 100% online W PSY Psychol of Women 3 M-R 05:30PM-09:00PM FLX001 Hyers L Combined with PSY W PSY Adult Development 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM FLX001 McCullo IW SMD Psy/Soc Persp Sports Inj 3 M-F 08:00AM-12:00PM Heineri IJW WOS Intro: Women s/gender Stds 3 M-F 09:00AM-12:00PM MNH202 Donkor Winter West Chester University
15 Winter Evening Courses Please note: Section 80 through 89 courses are open to all students. Sections 70 through 79 are not. These sections are available only to those students who are in one of the following classifications: part time (scheduled for less than 12 credits) nondegree students (not currently enrolled in a degree program at West Chester University) evening degree students (scheduled only for courses that begin at 4 pm or later) Full-time and day-degree students must obtain written approval from the respective department chairs in order to schedule for these courses. ATTR ABVNUM SEC CL# COURSE TITLE CRED TIME ROOM PROF COMMENTS BIOLOGY Internship in Biological Science (BIO 409) and Special Problems in Biology (BIO 491) are available by arrangement with the Biology Department. BIO Basic Biol Science 3 M-F 10:30AM-12:30PM SSN174 Waber J DIVERSITY J HEA Transcultural Hlth 3 M-R 04:15PM-08:30PM Sankara Meets 12/15-18; 1/5-8, 1/12-13 GEOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY SCE Sci Methods: Mid Level M-R 04:30PM-08:30PM MER222 Smith A HEALTH J HEA Transcultural Hlth 3 M-R 04:15PM-08:30PM Sankara Meets 12/15-18; 1/5-8, 1/12-13 PSYCHOLOGY W PSY Psychol of Women 3 M-R 05:30PM-09:00PM FLX001 Hyers L Combined with PSY WOMEN S AND GENDER STUDIES W PSY Psychol of Women 3 M-R 05:30PM-09:00PM FLX001 Hyers L Combined with PSY WRITING EMPHASIS W PSY Psychol of Women 3 M-R 05:30PM-09:00PM FLX001 Hyers L Combined with PSY West Chester University 15 Winter
16 Course Listings Undergraduate Course Offerings Spring 2015 Tuesday, January 20 Friday, May 8, 2015 ATTR ABV NUM SEC CL# COURSE TITLE CRED TIME ROOM PROF COMMENTS ACCOUNTING ACC Financial Acct 3 MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM AND205 ZSTAF ACC Financial Acct 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM AND217 ZSTAF ACC Financial Acct 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM AND209 ZSTAF ACC Financial Acct 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM BRN031 ZSTAF ACC Financial Acct 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM Derstin ACC Financial Acct 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM AND103 Soltis ACC Financial Acct 3 TR 04:25PM-05:40PM AND203 ZSTAF ACC Financial Acct 3 M 07:15PM-10:00PM AND203 ZSTAF ACC Managerial Acct 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM AND209 ZSTAF ACC Managerial Acct 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM AND204 ZSTAF ACC Managerial Acct 3 MW 03:00PM-04:15PM AND202 ZSTAF Exams F 4-6 pm ACC Managerial Acct 3 MW 04:25PM-05:40PM AND202 ZSTAF Exams F 4-6 pm ACC Managerial Acct 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM BRN033 ZSTAF ACC Managerial Acct 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM Soltis ACC Managerial Acct 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM AND203 ZSTAF ACC Managerial Acct 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM AND202 ZSTAF I ACC Fraud Examination 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM AND204 Belak P ACC Intermed Acctg I 3 TR 05:50PM-07:05PM AND212 ZSTAF ACC Intermed Acctg I 3 TR 07:15PM-08:30PM AND204 ZSTAF ACC Intermed Acctg II 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM Derstin ACC Intermed Acctg II 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM Derstin ACC Intermed Acctg II 3 M 04:25PM-07:10PM AND205 ZSTAF ACC Cost Accounting I 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM AND202 Barndt ACC Cost Accounting I 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM AND202 Barndt ACC Intermed Acctg III 3 MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM AND203 ZSTAF Exams F 4-6 pm ACC Acctg Info Systems 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM AND204 Oehlers ACC Acctg Info Systems 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM AND204 Oehlers ACC Internship 3 TBA TBA Oehlers ACC Internship 3 TBA TBA Oehlers ACC Internship 6 TBA TBA Oehlers ACC Internship 6 TBA TBA Oehlers ACC Internship 6 TBA TBA Oehlers ACC Auditing 3 MW 02:00PM-03:15PM AND203 Fuller Exams F 4-6 pm ACC Federal Taxation I 3 TR 07:15PM-08:30PM AND203 Flynn K Exams R 7:15-9:30 PM ACC Federl Taxation II 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM AND203 Flynn K Exams R 7:15-9:30 PM ACC Federl Taxation II 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM AND203 Flynn K Exams R 7:15-9:30 PM ACC Federl Taxation II 3 TR 05:50PM-07:05PM AND203 ZSTAF Exams R 7:15-9:30 PM ACC Advancd Accounting 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM AND203 ZSTAF Exams F 4-6 pm ACC Advancd Accounting 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM AND203 ZSTAF Exams F 4-6 pm ACC Nonprof/Govt Acctg 3 MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM AND205 Belak P ACC Nonprof/Govt Acctg 3 MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM AND205 Belak P BLA Legal Envr Bsns 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM AND202 Tomkowi BLA Legal Envr Bsns 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM AND202 Tomkowi BLA Legal Envr Bsns 3 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM AND202 Tomkowi BLA Legal Envr Bsns 3 MW 02:00PM-03:15PM BRN031 ZSTAF BLA Legal Envr Bsns 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM BRN031 Halsey BLA Legal Envr Bsns 3 M 04:25PM-07:10PM BRN031 ZSTAF K BLA Spec Subj Bus Law 3 TBA ONLINE Halsey 100% Online AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE COM Communicatn and Disability 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM Jenks E KIN American Sign Language II 3 TR 04:25PM-05:40PM HSC327 Ellis M FJ KIN Disability Stud: An Interdi In 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM ZSTAF FJ KIN Disability Stud: An Interdi In 3 MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM HSC116A ZSTAF FJ KIN Disability Stud: An Interdi In 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM HSC119B ZSTAF Spring West Chester University
17 J KIN Disability Stud: An Interdi In 3 TR 04:00PM-05:15PM HSC102B ZSTAF KIN Deaf Culture Perspectives 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM HSC325 Ellis M KIN/SPP 110 or instructor consent F SPP American Sign Language II 3 MW 05:45PM-07:00PM HSC328 ZSTAF F SPP American Sign Language II 3 MW 07:25PM-08:40PM HSC331 ZSTAF AMERICAN STUDIES I AMS Amer Civilization 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM WAY104B Smucker I AMS Amer Civilization 3 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM WAY104B Smucker AMS Amer Mater Culture 3 MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM REC204 Smucker HIS History of US I 3 MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM REC101 Gimber HIS History of US I 3 MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM REC101 Gimber HIS History of US I 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM REC205 Legg Th HIS History of US I 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM REC205 Legg Th HIS History of US II 3 MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM WAY104B Kodosky HIS History of US II 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM WAY104B Kodosky HIS History of US II 3 TR 04:25PM-05:40PM Kruliko HIS History of US II 3 TR 05:50PM-07:05PM Kruliko LIT American Lit II 3 R 04:25PM-07:10PM WAY104C Nessly ANTHROPOLOGY See SOCIOLOGY for sociology courses. ANT Intro Anthro Biological 3 TR 09:30AM-11:30AM ALC101 Johnsto Lecture/Lab ANT Intro Anthro Cult 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM OLD102 Witthof ANT Intro Anthro Cult 3 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM OLD102 Di Giov ANT Intro Anthro Cult 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM OLD003 Stoller ANT Intro Anthro Cult 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM BRN011 Witthof ANT Intro Anthro Cult 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM OLD203 Di Giov ANT Intro Anthro Cult 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM OLD003 Stoller ANT Intro Archaeology 3 MW 10:00AM-11:15AM ALC101 Wholey F ANT Native People S AM 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM OLD102 Arredon Meets SPA culture cluster requirement F ANT Native People S AM 3 TR 04:25PM-05:40PM OLD003 Arredon Meets SPA culture cluster requirement ANT Introduction to Primatology 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM OLD202 Chancel Crosslisted with PSY 230 J ANT American Indian Today 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM OLD006 Witthof F ANT Ethnol Centrl Amer 3 W 04:25PM-07:10PM OLD003 Arredon Prereq ANT 102 or permission of instructor F ANT Ethnol Centrl Amer 3 TR 05:50PM-07:05PM OLD003 Arredon Prereq ANT 102 or permission of instructor ANT Probs in Ethnology 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM OLD006 Di Giov Italian & Italian-American Culture J ANT Culture of Cities 3 T 04:25PM-07:10PM OLD202 Stoller F ANT Archaeol Cent Amer 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM AND104 Wholey Meets SPA culture cluster requirement F ANT Archaeol Cent Amer 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM AND104 Wholey Meets SPA culture cluster requirement ANT Topical Sem Anthro 3 TR 12:30PM-01:45PM OLD202 Chancel PSY & BIO majors invited; Readings and discussion in primate behavioral ecology contact dept to enroll ANT Topical Sem Anthro 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM OLD006 Di Giov Anthropology of Religion ANT Hist Ethnol Theory 3 M 04:25PM-07:10PM OLD003 Stoller ANT Senior Seminar 3 MW 01:00PM-02:15PM ALC101 Wholey Senior majors only; preference to students graduating by August 2015 ART + DESIGN ARH Art Appreciation 3 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM EOB040 Sharpe ARH Art Appreciation 3 M 04:25PM-05:40PM EOB040 Sharpe ARH Art History I 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM EOB040 dacosta ARH Art History I 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM EOB040 dacosta ARH Art History II 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM EOB040 Sharpe ARH Topics Amer Design 3 TR 06:00PM-07:15PM EOB040 ZSTAF ARH Informed Perception 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM EOB154 ZSTAF F ARH Art-Greece/Rome 3 MW 02:00PM-03:15PM EOB040 Sharpe FW ARH Art of Middle Ages 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM EOB040 dacosta W ARH Modern Art Seminar 3 MW 12:30PM-01:45PM EOB040 Sermas FW ARH Art of Spain 3 TR 04:25PM-05:40PM EOB040 dacosta ART Begin Drawing 3 TR 09:30AM-12:00PM EOB105 Loustau ART Begin Drawing 3 MW 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB161 Loustau ART Basic Design (2-D) 3 MW 09:00AM-11:30AM EOB132 Van Ord W ART Color Theory & Practice 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB132 Van Ord ART Digital Media 3 TR 09:30AM-12:00PM EOB157 ZSTAF ART Digital Media 3 TR 12:30PM-03:00PM EOB157 ZSTAF ART Intermed Drawing 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB105 Stewart ART Graphic Design II 3 MW 12:00PM-02:30PM EOB042 Will La West Chester University 17 Spring 2015
18 ART Graphic Design II 3 MW 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB045 Will La ART Typography II 3 TR 09:30AM-12:00PM EOB042 Hill Ma ART Typography II 3 TR 12:30PM-03:00PM EOB042 Will La ART Beginning Painting 3 MW 09:00AM-11:30AM EOB168 Benedic ART Beginning Painting 3 MW 12:00PM-02:30PM EOB168 Benedic ART Intermed Painting 3 TR 09:30AM-12:00PM EOB168 Stewart ART Fund 3-D Design 3 MW 12:00PM-02:30PM EOB132 Loustau ART Adv 3-D Design 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB172 Loustau ART Begin Sculpture 3 MW 09:00AM-11:30AM EOB172 Loustau ART Basic Photography 3 MW 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB154 Rumfiel ART Intermed Photograp 3 TR 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB154 Rumfiel ART Digital Photography 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB157 Rumfiel ART Ceramics I: Basic 3 MW 09:00AM-11:30AM EOB162 Snyder ART Ceramics I: Basic 3 MW 12:00PM-02:30PM EOB162 Snyder ART Ceramics II: Inter 3 MW 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB162 Snyder ART Intro Relief Print 3 F 10:00AM-03:00PM EOB151 ZSTAF ART Inter Relief Print 3 F 10:00AM-03:00PM EOB151 ZSTAF ART Drawing III 3 MW 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB105 Sermas ART Drawing IV 3 MW 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB105 Sermas ART Graphic Design IV 3 MW 09:00AM-11:30AM EOB045 Jones D ART Graphic Design IV 3 MW 12:00PM-02:30PM EOB045 Jones D ART Interaction Design II 3 TR 09:30AM-12:00PM EOB045 Haikes ART Interaction Design II 3 TR 12:30PM-03:00PM EOB045 Haikes ART Abstract Painting 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB151 Benedic ART Advanced Painting 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB151 Benedic ART Painting: Ind Proj 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB151 Benedic ART Intermed Sculpture 3 TR 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB172 Loustau ART Advanced Sculpture 3 TR 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB172 Loustau ART Life Modeling 3 TR 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB172 Loustau ART Ceramics III 3 MW 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB162 Snyder ART Ceramics Stud Prob 3 MW 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB162 Snyder ART Ceramics Ind Proj 3 MW 06:00PM-08:30PM EOB162 Snyder ART Printmkng Ind Proj 3 F 10:00AM-03:00PM EOB151 ZSTAF ART Senior Thesis Project 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB045 Haikes ART Senior Thesis Project 3 TR 03:00PM-05:30PM EOB042 Jones D ART Internship 3 TBA Baker J ART Internship 3 TBA Baker J ART Intro Multi-Media 3 TR 12:00PM-02:30PM EOB172 Van Ord ART Senior Seminar 3 MW 09:00AM-11:30AM EOB154 Stewart ART Portfolio 3 MW 09:00AM-11:30AM EOB042 Hill Ma ART Portfolio 3 MW 12:00PM-02:30PM EOB175 Hill Ma BIOLOGY Internship in Biological Science (BIO 409) and Special Problems in Biology (BIO 491) are available by arrangement with the Biology Department. BIL Recombinant DNA 2 R 01:00PM-05:00PM MER304 Slusher BIL Recombinant DNA 2 T 01:00PM-05:00PM MER307 Slusher BIO Basic Biol Science 3 MW 10:00AM-10:50AM MNH168 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 MW 11:00AM-11:50AM MNH168 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 T 08:00AM-09:55AM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 T 10:00AM-11:55AM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 T 12:00PM-01:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 T 02:00PM-03:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 W 12:00PM-01:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 W 02:00PM-03:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 R 10:00AM-11:55AM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 R 12:00PM-01:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 R 02:00PM-03:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 F 10:00AM-11:55AM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 M 12:00PM-01:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 M 02:00PM-03:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO Basic Biol Science 3 M 04:00PM-05:55PM SSN174 Waber J E BIO Basic Biol Science 3 W 06:00PM-07:55PM SSN192 Waber J E BIO A 1087 Basic Biol - Lab W 08:00PM-09:55PM SSN174 Waber J BIO General Biology 3 MW 11:00AM-11:50AM SSL151 Auld Jo BIO General Biology 3 W 12:00PM-02:55PM SSN181 Pagan O BIO General Biology 3 R 09:30AM-12:25PM SSN181 Pagan O BIO General Biology 3 R 12:30PM-03:25PM SSN181 Fairchi BIO General Biology 3 R 03:30PM-06:25PM SSN181 Fairchi BIO General Biology 3 W 03:00PM-05:55PM SSN181 Stamis BIO General Biology 3 T 09:30AM-12:25PM SSN181 Pagan O Spring West Chester University
19 BIO General Biology 3 T 12:30PM-03:25PM SSN181 Sulliva BIO General Biology 3 T 03:30PM-06:25PM SSN181 Phares BIO Intro Microbiology 4 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM BRN033 Mbuy Gu BIO Intro Microbiology 4 W 09:00AM-10:45AM SSN276 Mbuy Gu BIO Intro Microbiology 4 W 01:00PM-02:45PM SSN276 Mbuy Gu BIO Intro Microbiology 4 W 03:00PM-04:45PM SSN276 Mbuy Gu BIO Intro Microbiology 4 W 11:00AM-12:45PM SSN276 Pisciot BIO Intro Microbiology 4 W 05:00PM-06:45PM SSN276 Mason B E BIO Intro Microbiology 4 W 06:00PM-08:55PM SSN190 Mbuy Gu E BIO A 1101 Intro Micr - Lab R 06:00PM-07:55PM SSN276 Mbuy Gu BIO Gen l Microbiology 4 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM SSL151 Fan Xin BIO Gen l Microbiology 4 TR 11:00AM-12:25PM SSN276 Mason B BIO Gen l Microbiology 4 TR 01:00PM-02:25PM SSN276 Mason B BIO Gen l Microbiology 4 TR 03:00PM-04:25PM SSN276 Mason B BIO General Botany 3 MW 12:00PM-12:50PM SSN190 Began S BIO General Botany 3 T 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN275 Began S BIO General Botany 3 M 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN275 Began S BIO General Botany 3 W 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN275 Began S BIO General Zoology 3 TR 08:00AM-09:00AM SSL151 Fish Fr BIO General Zoology 3 M 09:00AM-11:55AM SSN183 Phares BIO General Zoology 3 M 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN183 Auld Jo BIO General Zoology 3 M 04:00PM-06:55PM SSN183 Fish Fr BIO General Zoology 3 T 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN183 Boettge BIO General Zoology 3 T 04:00PM-06:55PM SSN183 Fish Fr BIO General Zoology 3 W 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN183 Phares BIO Cell Physiology 3 MW 11:00AM-11:50AM BRN033 Broitma BIO Cell Physiology 3 T 01:00PM-03:55PM MER304 Broitma BIO Cell Physiology 3 M 01:00PM-03:55PM MER304 Broitma BIO Cell Physiology 3 T 04:00PM-06:55PM MER304 Broitma BIO Cell Physiology 3 M 04:00PM-06:55PM MER304 Knabb M BIO Genetics 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM BRN033 Slusher BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM SSL151 Beneski BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM SSN190 Beneski BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 W 10:00AM-11:55AM MER316 Waber J BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 W 01:00PM-02:55PM MER316 Stevens BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 W 03:00PM-04:55PM MER316 Stevens Nursing majors only BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 R 09:30AM-11:25AM MER316 Stevens Nursing majors only BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 R 03:00PM-04:55PM MER316 Waber J BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 R 01:00PM-02:55PM MER316 Waber J BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 W 05:00PM-06:55PM MER316 Phares Freshman sports medicine majors BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 R 05:00PM-06:55PM MER316 Phares Freshman sports medicine majors BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 F 12:00PM-01:55PM MER316 Stevens BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 F 10:00AM-11:55AM MER316 Waber J BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 F 08:00AM-09:55AM MER316 Waber J BIO Anatomy/Physiol I 4 W 08:00AM-09:55AM MER316 Waber J Nursing majors only BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM SSN190 Casotti BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM SSL151 Casotti BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 M 11:00AM-12:55PM MER314 Knabb M BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 M 01:00PM-02:55PM MER314 Knabb M BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 M 03:00PM-04:55PM MER314 ZSTAF BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 T 11:00AM-12:55PM MER314 Stevens BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 T 01:00PM-02:55PM MER314 Waber J BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 T 03:00PM-04:55PM MER314 Waber J BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 T 05:30PM-07:30PM MER314 ZSTAF BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 T 09:00AM-11:00AM MER314 Knabb M BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 M 05:00PM-06:55PM MER314 Stevens BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 R 01:00PM-02:55PM MER314 Phares BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 R 03:00PM-04:55PM MER314 Phares BIO Anatomy/Physiol II 4 R 10:00AM-11:55AM MER314 Waber J BIO Ecology 3 MW 12:00PM-12:50PM SSN191 Tiebout BIO Ecology 3 M 01:00PM-03:50PM SSN379 Tiebout BIO Ecology 3 W 01:00PM-03:50PM SSN379 Tiebout BIO Ecology 3 W 08:00AM-10:45AM SSN379 Schedlb BIO Pathophysiology 3 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Greenam W BIO Biostatistical Applications 3 TR 11:00AM-11:55AM SSN191 Fairchi BIO Biostatistical Applications 3 F 01:00PM-02:55PM AND017 Fairchi BIO Marine Biology 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM SSN192 Fish Fr BIO Pathogenic Microbiology 4 MW 12:00PM-12:50PM SSN192 Fan Xin BIO Pathogenic Microbiology 4 MW 01:00PM-02:55PM MER307 Fan Xin BIO Drug Interactions 3 MW 08:00AM-09:15AM SSN191 Pagan O West Chester University 19 Spring 2015
20 BIO Invertebrate Zoology 3 MW 10:00AM-10:50AM SSN191 Boettge BIO Invertebrate Zoology 3 W 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN192 Boettge BIO Organic Evolution 3 TR 09:30AM-11:00AM SSN190 Auld Jo BIO Tropical Ecology/Consrvtion 3 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM SSN191 Schedlb BIO Cell & Molec Biol 4 TR 09:30AM-10:50AM SSN191 Gestl E BIO Cell & Molec Biol 4 TR 11:00AM-12:30PM MER304 Gestl E BIO Cell & Molec Biol 4 TR 08:00AM-09:30AM MER304 Gestl E BIO Molecular Genetics 3 W 06:00PM-08:55PM MER113 Sulliva BIO Course Topics Biol 3 TBA 03:00PM-5:00PM SSN 179 Schedlb Meets on campus 1/30; 2/13, 27; 3/20; Study Puerto Rico 3/8-14; Prereq BIO 270 W BIO Human Genetics 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM SSN192 Sulliva BIO Gene Analysis 3 W 01:00PM-04:55PM MER304 Gestl E BIO Animal Development 4 TR 02:00PM-03:15PM SSN192 Beneski BIO Animal Development 4 F 01:00PM-03:55PM SSN279 Beneski BIO Mycology 3 M 04:15PM-07:00PM SSN191 Turner BIO Microb Physiology 4 T 09:00AM-11:55AM SSN179 Pisciot BIO Microb Physiology 4 R 09:00AM-11:55AM MER307 Pisciot BIO Comp Verte Phys 4 MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM SSN192 Casotti BIO Comp Verte Phys 4 W 01:00PM-03:55PM MER314 Casotti BIO Conservation Biol 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM SSN192 Tiebout BIO Light Microscopy 3 TR 05:00PM-06:50PM SSN274 Boettge BIO Biology Seminar 3 M 01:00PM-02:55PM SSN179 Greenam BIO Biology Seminar 3 T 01:00PM-02:55PM SSN179 Pagan O BIO Biology Seminar 3 M 03:00PM-03:50PM SSN190 Greenam BIO Biology Seminar 3 M 03:00PM-03:50PM SSN192 Pagan O I SCB Humans & Environ 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM MER112 Schedlb I SCB Humans & Environ 3 TR 11:00AM-12:15PM BRN031 Turner Q SCB Sci Educ Sec Schoo 3 W 05:00PM-08:50PM SSN381 Turner SCI The Carbon Cycle 3 MW 11:00AM-12:50PM SSS011 Hall Cy SCI The Carbon Cycle 3 MW 02:00PM-03:50PM SSS011 Hall Cy SCI Electricity 3 TR 09:30AM-11:30AM MER109 Zhong L SCI Electricity 3 TR 12:30PM-02:30PM MER109 Zhong L SCI Electricity 3 TR 03:00PM-04:55PM MER109 Zhong L CHEMISTRY CHE Gen l Chemistry I 3 MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM SSS107 Ross Ti CHE Gen l Chemistry I 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM SSS107 Dehm Da CHE Gen l Chemistry I 3 MW 05:45PM-07:00PM SSL151 Dehm Da CHE Gen l Chemistry II 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM SSS107 Townsen CHE Gen l Chemistry II 3 MWF 12:00PM-12:55PM SSS107 Moran M CHE Gen l Chemistry II 3 TR 12:30PM-01:55PM SSS107 Ross Ti CHE Gen l Chemistry II 3 MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM SSS107 Townsen CHE Gen l Chemistry II 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Butler CHE Gen l Chemistry II 3 MW 05:45PM-07:00PM SSS109 Ross Ti CHE Gen Chem Hlth Sci 4 MW 03:00PM-04:50PM SSL151 Butler CHE Gen Chem Hlth Sci 4 TR 12:30PM-02:30PM MNH168 Butler CHE The Chemistry of Beer 3 MW 05:30PM-06:45PM Barth R CHE Intro Organic Chem 3 MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM BRN031 Goodson CHE Organic Chem I 4 MW 02:00PM-03:55PM SSS109 Ressner CHE Organic Chem I 4 MW 02:00PM-03:55PM Pruitt CHE Organic Chem II 3 MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM SSS107 Ressner CHE Organic Chem II 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM SSS109 Cichowi CHE Organic Chem II 3 TR 12:30PM-01:55PM BRN010 Goodson CHE Organic Chem II 3 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM SSS109 Goodson CHE Intro Biochemistry 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM MNH168 Frost B CHE Analytical Chem I 3 MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Shuman CHE Physical Chem II 3 TR 09:30AM-10:45AM SSS109 Kolasin CHE Chem Environment 3 T 05:30PM-08:15PM SSS109 Starn T CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Goodson CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Azam Ma CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Joshi M CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Ressner CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Joshi M CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Pruitt CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Moran M CHE Adv Ind Stdy Rsrch 2 TBA TBA Kolasin CHE Adv Inorganic Chem 3 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Moran M CHE Adv Analyt Chem 3 TR 08:00AM-09:15AM SSS109 Starn T CHE Internship in Chem 1 TBA TBA Starn T Spring West Chester University
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